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Periodic Concrete Coffee Table by James DeWulf Is A Formula For Hip Home Decor

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James DeWulf of DeWulf Concrete (the very same craftsman who made this awesome concrete combination ping pong table/dining table) has designed and crafted this Periodic Coffee Table of low relief concrete with a powder coated steel frame.



The elements relief cast into the table are set in a square of polished concrete and are shallow enough so as not to tip over a glass or vase filled with liquid.




Measuring 54" long x 30" wide x 16" tall, the contemporary coffee table is available with a 1" or 1.5" concrete debossed and polished top (also available with a plain concrete slab top if you'd refer not to have it with the periodic table of elements) in either natural or smoke colors.






With an appointment-only studio in Santa Monica, the high-end precast furniture and architectural products from James DeWulf is available by contacting him via email or phoning him at 310-315-7100. Select pieces can be found at H.D Buttercup and other reputable furniture dealers.

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